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Auto Negligence


An Automobile Negligence Law Suit is a law suit against a party or person believed to be negligent in an automobile accident or crash. The at-fault party could be an Automobile company that used faulty equipment that caused your accident, or another driver whose careless or reckless driving caused your accident.
 

Both Florida and Michigan are No-Fault states.  This means that if you are involved in a Michigan or Florida Auto Accident, your own Personal Injury Protection (PIP) insurance should cover at least part of the losses you incur from the accident, regardless of who was at fault.
 

However, the situation often arises when your PIP insurance coverage is not enough to cover ALL of your losses.  When this occurs, we look to the at-fault negligent party for recovery.
 

Where No-Fault benefits are inadequate, the responsible party may be found guilty by a court of law and held accountable for your damages, including:

  • medical bills

  • pain and suffering

  • lost wages

  • grievance costs

  • court costs

  • vehicle repairs

 If you or a loved one has been injured in an Auto Accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your losses.  The attorneys at BAGLEY & LANGAN, PLLC are serious about obtaining the compensation you deserve.  Remember, we donít collect a fee unless you recover. 
 

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